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Jesse Tawil History Term Paper In the United during the Second World War the Asian population the Japanese in particular were unfairly and unjustly treated by the American population due to the influence of the American government The internment of the Japanese Americans during World War II is a disgrace and embarrassment to all Americans today It was unconstitutional in many ways firstly it simply denied citizens their natural born rights as Americans The Japanese Americans living on the West Coast were merely disallowed their unalienable rights to freedom they were taken from their homes and lost their jobs in only a few days How could such a tragedy have occurred in a democratic society that prides itself on individual rights and freedoms America is supposed to be the Land of the Free The past can not be changed but the actions taken by the American government gave off the impression that Hitlers insane actions were okay and that it was even okay if they were imitated in our homeland America the supposed land of the free but if free is being forced out of your homes and taken away to relocation camps than yes this statement could be true However proved to be the land of the oppressed for a period of time To be free is to not be bound confined or detained by force without due process of law Yet in 1942 after the bombing of Pearl Harbor 120313 Japanese Americans were relocated to ten internment camps Still even before the tragic bombing there was a pre-existing hatred for the Japanese people that came to settle There was a large flood of Asians who came to America during the early stages of the Industrial Revolution who were willing to work for less money than the Caucasian groups that had lived in the US longer than them The Asian takeover of railroad labor only made their hatred grow more until the
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